Running Head: IMMIGRATION6two years (Bidwell, 2013, para.4). Critics of the law also allege that creating an immigration policy reform can and could create racial profiling since most are of Latino or Hispanic origins such as Mexico (Levin-Walden, 2012). The Fourth Amendment is in place to protect certain qualities on this fragile issue. Not only does it protect the citizens of the U.S., it also protects the illegal immigrants from harsh or unruly discrimination. Watching out for all nationalities, was a common perspective our founding fathers of the declaration sought forth. No matter what color, language, or imperfection on might have, we are all created equal on U.S. soil. While some critics criticized that illegal immigration does little, if any, good for the United States, according to studies by the National Research Council and the CATO Institute determined that, “overall immigrants may add as much as $10 billion on the economy each year, contribution to lower prices, pay more in taxes than they receive in public benefits, and have an overall positive effect on the national economy(Fix & Passel, 1994). In turn, illegal immigration benefits a nation that is in possible recession due to high demands of failing policy making.